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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER . 1894. THE ARGUS. Daily 84 WwklJ M UN 1m Bock lalaaa Vi. J. W. POTTKB, Praunn. tHW-IW ea seats per wm. Weekly, 98.88 pet ssarea; ta asftaace $1 JB. AB WMiliMlim of acrlttcal 1 aswaasala. Use taeratT. poMUeal er fallftoee, bM bts real mm attaraat for pabUoattoa, M wt sMkleawUl to printed over tctttiowiinalaM. Owfiiwilim eolicasu frtaa nn sswasalp It DKHOCKATIO TICKET. STATE. Fat Banaior FausKLta Ntcniu Pat Sop. o( School BcxftT Rasa Fe Trsesartr Btasaao J. CLaeetrr TraMtM of the rnU 1 Dm Jnu U. m. reralty of llli. Tarum C. CiBRDairm, aoia ( Caiaui L. Plsaukto. rneBISoiIAW For Member ofCootTmw Jonas W. OLaoa Pot Man. of Gee. Aseabl J. IL Mrixieas cornrr. Per Coontr Jadse.... Pot Cvaaty Clark.. Pot Sheriff Par Tiaaaarar...... .. .CllUB WaLDMAJtS .... Cassias W. Mascs Cr D. Oobdo Par tape of School. Cassias B. Mtuiux SATI KDAT, OcTtiBEB 6, 1894. Toe bet we're after Shelby. (juCT Herald: Shelby Cullom has been elected presidcut of the Illinois Artificial Ice company. He I aid to have the coldest feet of any man in America, and there it frost on his uudprthirt 10 months of the year. The Mercer county democratic rally at Aletlo Thursday was a hum mer, one of the most enthusiastic political gatherings ever held in the county. There were speeches by Congressman A. J. Hunter. Bernard J. Clapgett. candidate for state treasurer at large, and Hon. Jonas W. Olson, candidate for congress in this district, and Hon. L. H. De Forest. the next member of the legislature from that district. Music was fur nished by the Gilchrist band. Marti Vak Bceen was chosen United States senator by the New York legislature on rebruary 6, ls? The following year, while senator, he was a candidate for governor, and was elected by a majority of 30,000 (in a vote of Std.OOU) over bmitb Thompson. On lebruarr 1. 131 William L. Marcr was elected United States senator by the New York leg. Mature. The year following. 13:.', while a member of the senate, he was nominated for governor of New York. and was elected by 10.000 over Iran cis Granger. Van Buren and Marcy were two of the most popular, re spected and illustrious governors of New York. History is about to re peat itself in New lork state. A Bab for Bholbjr. Alarmed at the fierce and uucoui promising hostility of the wage-earn ers of this state toward the machine's favorite candidate for United States senator, says the Chicago Tost, re publican leaders are casting about lor a better man upon wnom tbevcan concentrate their efforts during the remainder of the campaign. The prominence given to "Truckbill" Cullom has already driven away a myriau oi working men, ana tne movement is rapidly assuming the proportions of a landslide. The stern necessity of repudiating the lonan confronts tne party managers. Among the names already dis cussed as likely to win popular favor and possibly recover the ground lost by the killing prominence of Mr. Cul lom, are Representative U. K. Ilitt, Mount Morris, and Luther Laflin 'Mills. John M. Smvth. Colonel (ieorge IC IHvis and William E. Ma son, ot tne gentlemen named, Mr. Ilitt Is clearly a favorite. Mr, Mills is in the dark-horse list. Colonel Davis and Mr Smvth are strongly and decidedly w iluiu iuv vibivu ui prnuLiuai iussi- bilitiea. Mr. Smyth's friends in Chi cago are legion and they include men of the greatest power in the party councils, i ne mantle may yet fall upon his shouldors. Incredible as it may seem, and in suiting to the intelligence of the peo ple, Mr. Cullom is making his grand stand play on the assumption that the workingmen have forgotten the so briquet of "Truck Bill Cullom" by wnicb ne was most familiarly known in this state among the laboring ele ments np to within a very recent date. And he came honestly by this title, as will be acknowledged by those familiar with the circumstance's under which it came to be applied to him. The name tits him to a nicety. To hear him shout from the plat forms through the state about his love for the down-trodden working men and about his efforts to elevate their condition and raise their stan dard of wages it would hardly seem possible that only a few short years ago he gloried in the performance of an act of the grossest injustice of labor. Tho ttovlval of ladastrjr. The following items relate wholly to the revival of business in the tex tile industry, as reported mainly by the Textile World, a trade publica tion: The Providence Worsted mills, Providence, R. I., are now running to full capacity and on foil time, and have orders ahead for a period of two . months. The woolen mill at Niantic, R. I., is aoon to be operated, after a shut down of aereral jean. It has been leased for the manufacture of .yarns. The Gregory Woolen mill. Wick- ford, R. I., which is now running on full time, is crowded with orders for new goods. The Stonewall Cotton Mills com pany. Stonewall, Mass., is putting in new machinery. The Ruddy Thread companv, Wor cester, Mass., will erect a 100x50 feet dye house, two stories, with boiler house attached. Bliss, Taft & Co., of Norwich, Conn., woolen waste manufacturers. have arranged to locate a branch oflice at Niagara Falls. ine new uilling cotton mills. King's Mountain, N. C, will be in operation in about two or three weeks. The Baltic Mills company, Enfield, N. H., has enlarged its plant. lne hast 1'ond Manufacturing com pany, Newport, Me., is to add 10 more looms to ' the woolen mills. which will give an output of one- third more capacity than now. The Nemadji Woolen mills, a new corporation at Superior, Wis., is cap uau.eu at r.'o.ooo. The machinery of the Riverside Woolen company at Lebanon, N. H., is being increased. At a recent meeting of the stock holders ot the Modena Cotton mills. Gastonia, N. C, it was decided to put on 0 more looms and 3,000 spin dles. The Nonotuck Silk company in tends building an addition to its mill at Hartford, Mass. Tho woolen mill at East Lyon. R. I., which has been idle for several years, has been leased to Alfred Bur- dick and George Lawton. who will manufacture yarns. It is understood that they have orders ahead for a year and that they will start up the mm as soon as possible. The Pineville Cotton mills, Tine- ville, N. C have been sold to Ste phen A. Jenks, of Pawtucket, R. I The mills will be doubled in size. The Globe mill. Clarke & Co., pro prietors, Augusta. Ga., manufactur ers of yarns, have late put in 40 looms, and will manufacture drills. sheeting, etc. The expect to com mence operation in three weeks. Three woolen mills at Niantic, R I., are soon to be operated, after a shut-down of several years. Albert Burdick and (ieorge Lawton have leased the mills and will manufac ture yarns. A new mill, the Tuckapahaw, is leing built near Wellford, S. C. It will le five stores high, 300 feet long and 100 feet wide, with a capacity ot ou.uw spinaies. Nearly all the stock ($100,000) in the new Melrose Cotton mill, at Ral eigh, N. C, has been taken, and the work on the factory will probably commence this fall. The new addition now being built 10 the ujell Manufacturing com pany'samill. Concord, N. C, is to be a cloth and slasher building, two stories high. 65x30 feet. Fifty-four looms will be put in, and 1,800 more spindles for manufacturing white ciom. These few paragraphs are only the most important in a list several times as long, but they are suflicient to indicate the general effect of the adoption of the new democratic tariff law. Literary. The October number of the North American Review is a notable issue, containing many articles on timely ana interesting topics by (lis tin guished writers. It opens with two articles entitiy 'issues ot the Com ing elections," in which the prin ciples on which the two great parties win go before tne nation in the ap proaching congressional campaign are outlined with precision and au thority by the Hon. William L. Wil son and ex-Speaker Reed, respect ivelv. In -The Catholic Church and the Saloon," the Most Rev. Arch bishop Ireland explains the meaning of Mgr. Satolli's recent decision re garding liquor dealers, which has caused so mnch discussion. Tho frontispiece ot the October Re view of Reviews is a reproduction of a photograph of William Cullen Bry ant, taken shortly before his death, and now published for the first time. The centennial anniversary of the poet's birth is the occasion of the ap pearance in this number of the Re view of an appreciative article on Bryant's place in our liturature from the pen of William R. Thayer. The Review commends to our public schools and other institutions the celebration of the anniversary day, November S, or Friday, the 2d, if more convenient, as a proper tribute of respect to the memory of the Nes tor of American letters. Scr loner's magazine for October contains the first of two articles on English railways by H. G. Prout. ed itor of the Railway Gazette. Colonel Prout recently made a trip to Eng land expressly for the magazine, to accumulate fresh material on a sub ject with which he was already fa miliar. He has in his articles pre served the open mind and the eyen judgment of a man who is thoroughly well-posted on a railroad problem in all countries. In this first article, which deals with "Railroad Travel in England and Amesica," he com pares the systems of the two coun tries, particularly as to safety, speed, cost, comfort and construction. The popular New York clergyman, the Rev. Dr. Rainsford, contributes a most interesting article to the Oct ober issue ofthe Ladies' Home Jour nal, in which he defines the position of "The Clergyman in Society." Not less interesting is the eminently practical view which Mrs. Burton Harrison, in her contribution to the series "Before He ia Twenty," takes of "A Boy's Evenings and Amuse ments" how the first should be spent, and of what the second should consist. Mr. Howell's literary biog raphy, which he has so aptly 'named i'My Literary Passions," continues to grow in interest and charm. A very valuable article, entitled "The Candy-Eating Habit," is furnished by Cyrus W. Edson, M. 1)., president of the New Y'ork board of health. The biography of the number con sists of sketches, with portraits of A. Conan Doyle, the . creator of "Sher lock Holmes," and James Matthew Barrie, the author ot A Widow in Thrums." Aatolnrttc Sterlioa;. Antoinette Sterling is incoming a fa miliar figure upon the platform at tho (Treat temperance meetings. She speaks sometimes, though not at any Rreal length. Most often her speech is merely a brief introduction to her song. On these occasions she usually sings 'with out any accompaniment. It is very inter esting to see the great singer come for ward so simply, as she does, quietly dressed, with no rtmsic in her hand, at one of the packed Exeter hall nut t ings, and by means of her beautiful vou holding the dense throug breath' less with attention. Coming as an inter, ludo in impassioned speaking, to the ex cited crowd the effect is usually delight ful. London Letter. A Millica Friends A friend in need is a friend indeed. and not less than one million people nare iounu just such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for consump tion, coughs and colds. If you have never used this great cough medi cine, one trial will convince vou that it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases of throat, chest and lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to ao all that is claimed or money will be refunded. Trial bottles at Hartz & Ullemever's drug store. Large bottles 50c and f 1. DESERVING PRAISE. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for con sumption, Dr. King's New Life pills Bucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric bitters, and have never handled rem edies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction e do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchaser's price, if satis. factory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity on their merits Hartz & Lllemeyer, druggists. bccklem's arnica salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar- anteea to give penect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per oox. j;orsaie dv uartzoz LUiemever. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Jiew York Financial. Kf.w York, Oct. S. JUoney on call easy. Offered at 1 per cent. ITime mercantile paper, H&.5 it cent.: sterling exchange strong w ft h actual huxiiiew in bankers' bills 4b7 for demand and K!sii((,4eS for sixty days: pouted rates tMUiS, cum mere ml uuis wu,. 4.-44. Silver certiticates, U4 bid: no Bales; bar sil ver, ex. Mexican dollars. 51 14. United States bonds, Ys regular. 119; do 5's coupojis, ll!"-4; dn i regular, lt:4; do 4 s coupons. 114: do fa, regular, 1M bid; ratine tt'a of 'Vi, 11)1. Chicago Grain aud Produce. Chicago, Oct. 6. Following were the quotations on the Board of Trade today: Wheat October, opened bl?if closed Hc; December, opened iVt'-sc Closed Wt-: May. opened K140, closed SfiTuc. Corn October, opened Sc, closed 61c; December, opened 41H4 closed lHm;; slay, opened 51Uc, closed ?. Oats October, opened SUc, closed ftic; Itecemlier, opened C closed 4c; May. opened 3lc closed 84c lork Oc tober, opened S , closed 112.70; January, opened 812.75. closed $13.71" Lard October, opened S7.WI, closed ST.ii iroauce: nutter extra creamery. 23c per lb; extra dairy. Sic; packing stock. 12(t tic. Kinrs lie per doi, loss off. Live (Krailry lliicKons. lUbtrV per lb; ducks. i48c: turkeys. 8c; ceese. Stl.tX)" .W per dox. po tatoes Bnrbanks, aWjirtc jier bn: Hehmns, otk&Klc; Rose. axftiEc; early Ohio, oi&Glc eweet potatoes. Illinois. tl.au1.4," per bbl. Apples Common to choice, $l.x73.() per bbl. Cranberries 'ape Cod, choice. $a0USb S.aO per bbl; 82.5u&at) per 1-bo box. Honey White clover, Mb sections, new stock, li !5Hc; broken comb. lli,12c; dark comb, poor packages. Be; strained California, lit: per lb. Chlcagw Live Stock. Chicago, Oct. 5. Live Stock Prices at the Union stock yards today ranued as follows: Hogs Estimated receipts tor the day, 1T.UX); sales ranged at S.MXIM.H5 pigs, S.B.yiio.30 light, K6O04.K5 rough packing. 4.7.V().4U mixed, and 4.l& &.OU heavy packing and shipping lota. Cattle Receipts for the day, 8,000; quota tions ranged at S.).KWU5 choice to extra shipping steers. S4.0U&V.4O good to choice do. SUtK.K34.3u fair to good. S3.4.V&4.15 common to medium do, fi.VroJS.li butchers' steers, S2.au fc2.K stockers. ti.wna.10 feeders. S l.25S2.0 cows, 12.40ajao belfers, $1.50543.50 bulla, 12.3133.10 Texas steers. $2.15(34.40 western rangers, and $2.00tg&30 veal calves. Sheep and Lambs Receipts for the day, 7,000; prices ranged at $1.503.10 western, $1 JOSsS. 70 Texans, l.;itfJ.4o natives, and $Ls0 fti.UU lambs. - Closing Quotations, Cmctoo, Oct 8 Wheat firm, cah Slr, Dec. 54c. Corn Arm, cash, 61 J, c. May Slr. Oits Arm, cash. S8c. Pork firmer, cash, $11.80. I ard firmer, cash, $7.60. Bibs fiim-r. cash. $6,754. The 1 nml laaraaaa. asI,BTC Wheat-sec Com asoe Oats-SHoaOc Hay THaotay, $1&$13: apland Bloaill; wUd.S89;s)ouAt&i7; salad. $9. Butter Fair ta cantos, toe; .ae. axi a laaa. 100- Ponltry Spring ohlckens, large, $S tSO$3.75 per Strata VBUR axs VBasTAsxaa. LOT STOCK. Pay tar cm fed steers aal aalfers, IttOs' ; calves ttattc; ctogs-ee. Bprloglasib.fia a FUSl. 4-kati-aVtfLlOe. Wood $3,W per cord, "Hothers' $ T" . MAKES rriena" ssvs Easy. Colvix, tjoc. o isSG. Mr wife used MOTHERS' FRIEND" before I her third confinement, and says she! would not be without it for hundreds j i of dollars. Dock Mills. apnt hV PI Immu n. mall mm! r.9 lll.SO per Lottie. Book T MuTHXUS ' uauea rree. Sola by all Drusglsta. BRanrrEt.n Rec.at-l.tor Co Atlanta, Ga. mmmm J SYNDICATE n SPECULATIONS f IN STOCKS, BONDS, ETC. SAFEST for modern investors. LARGEST Returns on the Investment. NO Knowledge of speculation necessary. Prom tlO to S1.OU0 can be invest with more than usual rt. crce nf aafetv. as all transsc- tionssre rr.aite by compvteot i xvers of long ex perience and anqestioned ability. Dividends ymjantv uinmniv. All money TO vonr rrenn. mu he withdrawn flrst d.rnf anv month- Dividend ran h rein rested so as to et the benefit of com- pouna imerest. t B per cent p:r icon 111, comaonnri irttnrt inri wi.,t smmmitiT to over $1,000 tlOO at 10 percent per month enrorwnnd iiiutm ror s years, amoarts 10 over vs,viiu. at SO per rem i er month, cvmpourd iutetest lor 3 years, atnouuts to over 1 7.000. OVRKECOKD OK IIVIUEKDS FOR 1894: Ian., 1S04, lOper cent Mav, 1894. 15 per cent Feb , 1M44 8 perrrnt June. It'M, S jier cent IarM 1m4.li! percent Juij, 1S4, 40 per cent Apr., 19t4, 10 per cent Aug., lfcst, 100 per tent July aud AuL-ust dividends the result of the rapid advance in corn Oorservative, safe, re sponsible. Kritart ished Aoeust, 1C.H. Bank ref erence. Onr presideT t has been for IS years the president rf one of our uational nkM. Money cn be sent bv exnrtrss cr cost office money or- dtr. or Xew York draft, payable to tbe Traaers' ynnicate, or E. H. Hood, TeasnTW. Full j aruc ulars mailed free on application to s The Trades' Syndicate. Traders' EcUaing jl VITALIS rBomaurau ine a Well raos ura ArAao of let Day. VITALIS " rasmsas SOUTZar. Frolures the aimve Rrsalts la SO Dss. It acts powenuuy and quickly. Cures w hen all other laiL Y3uneuien will refrain their lost manhood. and ola mi n will recover their youthful viroi by usins VITALIS. It quickly and surely re stores Nervousness. LiOst Vitality. 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